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A Study on the Green Ship Design for Ultra Large Container Ship
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Green Ship Design for Ultra Large Container Ship
Kim, Mingyu; Park, Dong-Woo;
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 Abstract
A study on the green ship design for Ultra Large Container Ship (ULCS, 18,000 TEU Class Container Ship) was performed based on the four step procedures of the initial design and hull form optimization to maximize economic and propulsive performance. The first, the design procedure for ULCS was surveyed with economic evaluation considering environmental rules and regulations. The second, the characteristics of single and twin skeg container ships were investigated in view of initial design and performances. The third, the hull form optimization for single and twin skeg ships with the same dimensions was conducted to improve the resistance and propulsive performances at design draught and speed by several variations and the results of the optimization were verified by numerical calculations of CFD and model test. The last, for the estimated operating profile of draught and speed, the hull forms of single and twin sked ships were optimized by CFD. From this study, the methodologies to optimize the hull form of ULCS were proposed with considerations during the green ship design and the improvement of the energy efficiency for the optimized hull forms was confirmed by the proposed formula of the total energy considering design conditions, operating profile and fuel oil consumption.
 Keywords
Green ship design;Ultra large container ship (ULCS);Single-skeg ship;Twin-skeg ship;Optimized hull form;Computational fluid dynamics (CFD);Model test at towing tank;Operating profile;
 Language
English
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